Two years ago my uncle saw a big buck go into a BIG cornfield during the rut. He knew it was nearly impossible, but decided to try and go after him through the corn. after many minutes he heard a couple of grunts and a rustling in front of him. Looking through the corn he was able to see the large rack sticking through it. He pulled up his shotgun and took the shot. Turned out it was the same buck he saw go into the corn and ended up being a 153". The trick is to have a lot of wind so your noise is disguised. Going really slowly you can peak through the row and look both ways and then go into the next row...and just keep on going really slowly. Last year while bowhunting I decided to try the same trick, however I did not see any deer go into the corn I just thought i would try it out and see what happens. I only went about 60 yards in the corn before spotting a doe to my right. she was only about 15 yards away from me at the time however using a bow..how are you suppose to come to full draw and look down the next row to shoot..it would have been easier if she was to my left, being that i am a right handed shooter and would have to shoot across my body. However after sometime she kept moving over 1 row at a time and i followed as she went over one row so did i. eventually she walked right down the row next to me and when i saw front shoulder almost touching the tip of my broadhead I pulled the trigger on the release. She didnt go more than 15 yards. It was the most exciting thing I have ever encountered in my life while hunting. It was such a rush to be that close and go undetected. I am now hooked on stalking deer through the corn and it can be a successful hunt with the right conditions with a lot of wind. I wish I could have got it on tape.